Workshops are an essential part of how we get to the bottom of things, understand and solve problems. Usually, workshops happen in big rooms, with quite some people, and a few break-out rooms for smaller assignments. As we have moved to the home office, the usual way of hosting workshops is suddenly not an option anymore.
How can you do something remotely, that seems so inherently interactive and collaborative? Surprise, it’s possible, just different and yet the same. These days remote workshops have become an essential element in our client and team collaboration. And it seems like this notion of ‘remote-first’ is here to stay. Prepping a workshop for your internal teams or with one of your clients? Here are a few tips that help you make the session as valuable as you’re used to.